GREAT BRITAIN: Mercury with a Fork

London's tall, unarmed, polite police are adequate to deal with Englishmen, Scotsmen or Welshmen. But last week a heavy guard of Bobbies at Euston Station were swept aside like chaff by a crowd of grinning Irishmen who were more than willing to punch the nose of any officer who resisted. With shouts of "WE WANT DEV!", the Irish captured a platform up to which rolled a train bearing President Eamon de Valera. They clawed and climbed their way to the roof of the train —something which in England "isn't done" —cheered and waved...